October 7, 2022

Final FIFA World Cup Stadium Tested By First Sold-Out Crowd – OKBet Football

Final FIFA World Cup Stadium Tested By First Sold-Out Crowd - OKBet Football

Final FIFA World Cup Stadium Tested By First Sold-Out Crowd - OKBet Football

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The Stadium That Will Host the FIFA World Cup Final Was Put to the Test With Its First Sold-Out Crowd The USD 675 million stadium that Qatar will use for this year’s FIFA World Cup Stadium final was put through its first sellout test on Friday with a match between the Egyptian and Saudi champions. Qatar will host the last match of the tournament.

The USD 675 million stadium that Qatar will use for this year’s World Cup final was put through its first sellout test on Friday with a match between the Egyptian and Saudi champions. Qatar will host the last match of the tournament. 72 days after the tournament kicked off, the organizers reported that the Lusail Iconic Stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000 people, was completely packed for the pre-match concert given by Egyptian superstar Amr Diab as well as the game in which Al Hilal defeated Egyptians Zamalek on penalties after the game ended 1-1.

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FIFA World Cup Final Stadium Tested With First Sellout Crowd

Lusail was the final stadium to be officially opened, and the head of the Qatari organizing committee described the occasion as “an emotional event.”

According to what he shared with beIN Sports, “It is the climax of a quest that lasted for 13 years.”

The stadium, which is designed in the style of a classic Arabic bowl, will serve as the focal point of a brand-new city that is currently under construction to the north of the capital of the teeny-tiny Gulf state. It will play host to ten World Cup matches, the last of which will take place on December 18.

The tournament is scheduled to begin on November 20, thus there will be no additional games played before then.

The game served as a trial run for the security measures, the immigration system at the border, and the multi-billion dollar driverless train metro that will take the load of transporting more than one million fans around Doha during the World Cup.

This week, Qatar reopened an older airport that had been closed off for usage only by the royal family and other prominent citizens as a means of relieving pressure on the country’s primary hub for international travel.

After parking their vehicles on the Saudi side of the Abu Samra border, the hundreds of Saudi and Egyptian fans crossed the border into Egypt aboard buses.

Everyone had to submit an application for a unique supporter ID called a Hayya card, which is required for everyone wanting to enter Qatar for the World Cup.

The processing machine, which was housed in a tent at Abu Samra, was employed for the very first time. The authorities in Qatar anticipate that thousands of Saudis will go to the event to show their support for their national squad.

Muhammad Mujahid, an Egyptian currently residing in Saudi Arabia, shared his story on how he and his family were able to enter the country using only their passports and their Hayya cards. “There wasn’t much to it, and everything was neatly put together.”

Another Zamalek supporter by the name of Ahmed Mohi El-Din Othman expressed their optimism towards the rest of the World Cup by saying, “We hope that this is a promising start for a good World Cup for everyone of the Arab world.”

The decision made by FIFA in 2010 to give the World Cup to Qatar has been criticized due to the manner in which the super-rich nation treats its foreign workers and members of the LGBTQ community.

However, the President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, has predicted that this year’s tournament would be the “best-ever” World Cup and that international spectators will have an experience similar to that of a child visiting Disneyland for the first time and seeing all of the attractions and toys.

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According to FIFA, 2.45 million of the three million tickets have been sold, and a final round of online sales will take place later this month.

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